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The librarian's copyright companion, by James S. Heller, Paul Hellyer, Benjamin J. Keele, 2012.djvu

Title The Librarian's Copyright Companion
Author James S. Heller, Paul Hellyer, Benjamin J. Keele
Year 2012
Publisher William S. Hein
Location Buffalo, New York
Source djvu
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Table of Contents

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Preface xi
Chapter One. General Principles 1
Copyright Defined 2
The Copyright Act 3
Copyrightable Works 5
Copyright Notice 7
Works in the Public Domain 9
Compilations and Collective Works 13
Duration of Copyright Protection 16
International Issues 19
License Agreements 20
Chapter Two. Restrictions on the Use of Copyrighted Materials 21
Reproduction (Section 106(1)) 22
Derivative Works (Section 106(2)) 23
Distribution and First Sale Doctrine (Sections 106(3) and 109) 24
Public Display and Public Performance (Sections 106(4) and 106 (5)) 29
Digital Transmission of Sound Recordings (Section 106(6)) 30
Moral Rights 31
Chapter Three. Liability for Infringement 33
Remedies and Damages (Section 504) 33
Institutional Responsibility: Vicarious Liability and Contributory Infringement 35
Statute of Limitations (Section 507) 37
Government Immunity 38
Chapter Four. Fair Use (Section 107) 41
The Four Factors 43
Fair Use in the For-Profit Sector: The Texaco Case and Beyond 49
Fair Use in the Educational Sector 56
Chapter Five. The Library Exemption (Section 108) 69
Qualifying for the Exemption (Section 108(a)) 70
Copying Unpublished Works (Section 108(b)) 78
Replacing Lost, Stolen, Damaged, or Deteriorating Copies of Published Works (Section 108(c)) 80
Articles or Excerpts for Users (Section 108(d)) 83
Out-of-Print and Unavailable Works (Section 108(e)) 89
Library Reproducing Equipment (a.k.a. Photocopiers and Scanners) (Section 108(f)(1) and (2)) 91
Contracts, Licenses, and Fair Use (Section 108(f)(4)) 92
The Section 108(g) Provisos 94
Preservation and Term Extension (The Return of Sonny Bono) (Section 108(h)) 104
Non-Print Works (Music, Pictures, Graphs, and Sculptural Works) (Section 108(i)) 105
Section 108 and Fair Use (Reprise) (Section 108(f)(4)) 106
Chapter Six. Digital Information and Software 107
Click and Shrinkwrap Licenses (Section 117) 110
Computer Programs (Section 117) 111
Single-User and Site Licenses 112
Downloading 113
Database Protection (Redux) 113
The First Sale Doctrine (Reprise) (Section 109) 115
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act 117
Chapter Seven. Licensing 125
The License under the Microscope 126
Permissions 149
Chapter Eight. Audiovisual Works and Non-Print Media 151
Recording 151
Public Performance and Display 156
Performances for Educational Purposes (Section 110(1)) 163
Performances in For-Profit Institutions 166
Institutional Liability 166
Guidelines for the Use of Audiovisual Works in Libraries 167
Distance Education (Section 110(2)) 168
Image Collections 170
Chapter Nine. The Library as Publisher 173
Permissions 174
Handling Your Copyrights 180
Permissions and Open Licenses 181
Library Publishing May Require Several Layers of Agreements 182
Conclusion 185
Appendix A. Online Copyright Resources 187
Appendix B. Copyright Texts for Librarians: A Selective Bibliography 189
Appendix C. Agreement on Guidelines for Classroom Copying in Not-for-Profit Educational Institutions with Respect to Books and Periodicals (1976) 191
Appendix D. Model Policy Concerning College and University Photocopying for Classroom, Research and Library Reserve Use (1982) 195
Appendix E. CONTU Guidelines on Photocopying under Interlibrary Loan Agreements (1978) 207
Appendix F. Fair Use Guidelines for Electronic Reserve Systems (CONFU) (1996) 211
Appendix G. Guidelines for Off-Air Recordings of Broadcast Programming for Educational Purposes (1984) 215
Appendix H. Guidelines for Educational Uses of Music (1976) 217
Appendix I. Sample Permission Letter to Copyright Owner 219
Appendix J. American Association of Law Libraries Guidelines on the Fair Use of Copyrighted Works by Law Libraries (2001) 221
Appendix K. American Association of Law Libraries Model Law Firm Copyright Policy (2007) 231
Appendix L. Visual Resources Association Image Collection Guidelines: The Acquisition and Use of Images in Non-Profit Educational Visual Resources Collections (2004) 237
Appendix M. Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Academic and Research Libraries (2012) 241
Appendix N. Sample Law Journal Author Agreement (2011) 267
Appendix O. Selected Provisions from the U.S. Copyright Act (Title 17, United States Code) 273
Appendix P. Copyright Term and the Public Domain in the United States (2012) 311
Table of Cases 317
Index 321